One mission, one team, one hour.
A puzzle game that will take you on an impossible mission.
Escape Game in a Box is a puzzle game that challenges every team: can you figure out the secret of this box and disable the bomb? This mission can only be solved if everyone makes their contribution and puts the focus on the project at hand, all this in countdown.
Each team receives a giant metal box locked with two padlocks and a TOP SECRET dossier that contains the first hidden cover in the secret briefing. From track to track, teams should open each cover, compartment and box, as if they had in their hands a matrioska that contains the deactivation code at the end. The box contains all sorts of information, some of it hidden in places that only the brightest minds can reach. In addition to the whole puzzle, we also have a tablet placed in the box by a secret informant who will be in constant communication with the team and can help or disagree, depending on the performance of the team. As with any puzzle game, our Escape Game in a Box is critical, difficult and will leave the participants with several “knots” to unleash during this stressful but extremely rewarding time if they end successfully.
The Escape Game in a Box, being a game of puzzles, consists mostly of intellectual, linguistic, mathematical and logical challenges. However, because we understand that teams will never have only elements with abstract intelligences, we also include 3D challenges, spatial and technological challenges. In this way the activity allows the participation of the whole group and allows the whole to be greater than the sum of the parts. The teams, from 8 to 10 people, will always present very heterogeneous compositions and the program will allow to outline leadership profiles, to have absolute surprises in relation to the added value of each element and, in the background, to know each one of the colleagues better. Focusing on the mission for 1 hour will be the time taken to not disperse the participants’ peak of attention and it will appear that only 10 minutes have passed when the clock is nearing zero. The levels of competitiveness and stress will require good management by the emotional leaders within the team and a cohesion they rarely know in the workplace. The happiness stamped on the faces of the participants who manage to reach the end always show us that this activity is a success at corporate level.
This activity is set to last 1 hour – from the moment the boxes are delivered. It will begin with a briefing to the whole group where the details of the activity and all the procedures allowed are explained. Here we will divide the group into teams and deliver the boxes. At the end of the program we reserve another 15 minutes for a debriefing where the performances of the teams will be evaluated and we will create a scenario of constructive discussion and self-criticism in which the group strengthens and reaches a new level of cohesion. In total, you should reserve 2 hours for the entire program.
The specificities of this program allow the same to be carried out indoor or outdoor. If they choose an outside location, it is important to consider a local authorization for the placement of the tables (one per team) and eventual screen with the projection of the remaining time of the activity.
• 1 staff for 2 teams
• 1 host
• 1 puzzle box per team
• Briefing debriefing
Number of Participants
Minimum of 10 people.
For further information or bookings, fill up the following form with the activity name, number of people and desirable date for the event to take place.